Field Service Rep

These positions are based out of Aberdeen, MD and Oceanside, CA with extensive travel involved.

The FSR provides support and continuity to customers and users on a world-wide basis to achieve system readiness. Support includes technical assistance/advice, user formal and informal OJT training, technical data collection and reporting, operating systems expert on vehicles, act as the first point of contact for field problem identification and accident investigations. The FSR provides technical assistance during testing, troubleshooting, repairing, de-processing, storing and assistance in shipping vehicles and their respective components during transition, OJT training, and unit hand-off. Training consists of system operation, assembly and subassembly troubleshooting, component and system fault isolation and repair.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Interface directly with customer and user, achieving level of responsiveness.

Operate, troubleshoot and repair vehicles.

Interface with the government, the military, and internal company organizations, as required, to provide necessary information/data.

Identify and execute appropriate requirements for a field office/site.

Perform and/or reports on performance of product line.

Assure conformance to test plans and provides field support.

Collect record and provide data to home office to Quality and RAM standards.

Coordinate test and test results with Engineering.

Liaison with customers, users and LOB personnel.

Work within contract/budget restraints and scope of work.

Provide technical guidance and advice to the customer.

Present a positive image of self and company’s products and services.

Work effectively with differing customers and cultures.

Travel any place, at any time, including adverse conditions, relocating on short notice to support assignment.

Maintains a safe work environment and ensures compliance with safety objectives and policies.

Shares responsibility of self-development with immediate supervisor.

Uses common sense and defined procedures to complete tasks in straightforward situations with supervision.

Courtesy and tact is a significant part of the job in the exchange of information within the department and project team.

These positions are for a 16 month duration with a possibly longer term pending new contracts being awarded.

Working Conditions:

This job has minimal office environment and extensive travel. Primarily harsh field conditions (domestic and foreign) and test conditions (inside/external).

Minimum Education and Experience High School Diploma or equivalent, or relevant Associate’s degree, or military school training; plus additional

4 years work experience in the mechanical/electrical/electronic field of relevant military products.

Proficient with Microsoft office. Must use Microsoft Office for reporting, development of presentations and communications with product engineering and program management.

Knowledgeable in the operations of and proficient in maintenance activities and troubleshooting of either the AAV/LAV. Required Skills and Education Knowledge of military maintenance systems (all levels of repair).

Knowledge of appropriate technical manuals and engineering data.

Courtesy and tact is a significant part of the job in the exchange of information within the department and project team.

Minimum Education / Experience:

High School Diploma or equivalent, or relevant Associate’s degree, or military school training; plus additional

4 years work experience in the mechanical/electrical/electronic field of relevant military products.

Proficient with Microsoft office. Must use Microsoft Office for reporting, development of presentations and communications with product engineering and program management.

Knowledgeable in the operations of and proficient in maintenance activities and troubleshooting of either the AAV/LAV.

Key Job Requirements:

Knowledge of military maintenance systems (all levels of repair).

Knowledge of appropriate technical manuals and engineering data.

Must be able to interpret and use all types of engineering drawings and schematics.

Detail understanding of system troubleshooting techniques.

Proficiently use all types of hand tools, shop tools, including micrometers, depth gages and finish gages.

Use all types of power tools, lifting devices, carrying or support equipment in a safe/sure manner.

Effective interpersonal and communication skills.

Licenses/Certifications:

Must currently possess a Class A DDL license to be able to attain one.

Must currently possess a Secret clearance or be able to attain one.

Physical Requirements

Regularly required to sit, move about, and reach with hands and arms.

Frequently required to balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Position requires occasionally lift up to 25 pounds.

Preferred Skills and Education Marine Corps MOS 2141 Assault Amphibious Vehicle Repairer or 2147 Light Armored Vehicle Repairer with 10 years’ experience

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